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dime? and two, i want to know how much money is karl rove himself making off of these pacs? you know he doesn't work for nothing. i'll bet he gets 10% of every dollar he raises. come on, karl! tell us the truth. how much money are you pocketing off of these super pacs? folks, go out and have a great day. we'll see you right back here again tomorrow.
a caller. you are here every day. good morning, jacki schechner. >> i want a sherry's berries gift card. >> stephanie: hey, john kasick just undouched himself. he is going to accept the obama medicare medicaid expansion. >> amazing. i love when governors and lawmakers do things that actually benefit the citizens of they state. >> stephanie: right. the only reason not to do it jacki is you are a douche. >> pretty much. and you want to be like rick scott. >> stephanie: it's a technical term, douche. here she is jacki schechner health care geek of the current news center. >> good morning, everybody, president obama is showing his administration can multi-task.
he is tolding two separate meetings at the white house. this morning with labor leaders and this afternoon with business leaders. the idea is to try to find some consensus when it comes to immigration reform and this coming while the president continues to push for new gun legislation. the state department could transfer $1.1 billion in surplus funds no longer used in iraq to beef up securities at u.s. embassies abroad. state has asked for $2.4 billion for immediate needs. iranian president is in egypt
today becoming the first iranian president to visit the country since the islamic revolution in 1979. the two will attend the organization of it islamic cooperation, a summit beginning tomorrow. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: it is -- what? hello. it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. huh? >> what? >> stephanie: six minutes after the hour 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. as we get older that is what he is show has become. the hard-of-hearing darth vader show. >> what? >> stephanie: what? we got all them things to give away sherry's berries and pro flowers gift cards to give away. valentine's day is coming up. [ wah wah ] >> you are single. >> stephanie: whatever. i wasn't drinking at my rumbly tumblely at my super bowl show but he was. he didn't even know.
he was drunk. >> i was playing the pinball machine. >> stephanie: yes, that i got just for the occasion. sexyliberal.com, roland tore a muscle in his neck because of the box office tickets in chicago. april 3rd as you know in 2013 this is the midwest show we'll have one west coast show and that's it. and the box office exploded. so i would hurry and get those tickets. >> just don't tear a neck muscle while you do it. >> stephanie: right. and the lights will stay on the entire time. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: can i have the
love music. >> stephanie: you know the commercial -- >> the hot girl and the -- >> stephanie: no of course, the budweiser -- >> i liked the paul harvey one. >> stephanie: can i get back to -- my animal things are more important. >> all right. fine. whatever. >> stephanie: he is feeding a horse, the little pony -- and then he goes to chicago to see the budweiser horses and another horse recognizes him and he breaks free and he runs. >> and someone in france ate him and that was the end. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: why do you have to ruin everything beautiful in my life. >> well, i'm sure he was tasty. >> stephanie: and the other was the oreo whisper fight in the library where even the cops and
the librarian are still whispering even though there is a melee, pandemonium. wow, where do we start with brownie or -- >> the south carolina guy? >> stephanie: yeah that guy kind of takes the -- pie. brownny is a right-wing talk radio host now. let's start with brownie. >> he's a talk-show host? >> stephanie: yes. >> who gave him a job in radio? >> stephanie: who knows. >> i'm thinking hitler. [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] >> hitler is not a program director. >> anymore. >> anymore. [ laughter ]
>> stephanie: as we lose our remaining collective minds. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: we're not referring to you listening to whatever station we are on. but he was the idiot that screwed up the hurricane katrina response and a lot of people died. anyway he tweeted someone just told me there was fighting going on in the superdome, hashtag shocked. he did not back down because as i mentioned he is now a right-wing talk radio [ censor bleep ] hole. somebody tweeted come look at the waterlines on the building
and see if that is funny. [ inaudible ] >> where were the boxes? where were the boxes? >> stephanie: oh the sean hannity la meant. >> they were under water. >> stephanie: yes, they were. >> along with everything else. >> stephanie: last fall brown criticized president obama for responding to hurricane sandy too early. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> too early. >> stephanie: yeah that was too much. >> you are just rubbing it in. >> stephanie: is there such a thing as responding too early to a national -- >> well, if it hasn't happened yet. psychic >> stephanie: well he is obviously psychic, kenyan, muslim. this guy i saved for last. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: you know how people tweet oh, sorry drunk -- did you see this. this guy just kept going and
going and going. wow. this guy is truly awful. the former south carolina -- this will shock you he is a republican. [ cuckoo clock chimes ] >> huh. >> stephanie: fires off rich shally charged tweets during the super bowl. todd kincannon it largely involved jokes about trayvon martin [ censor bleep ], hurricane katrina, and black people. would you like the fun facts? >> sure. [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> stephanie: this super bowl sucks more than adult trayvon martin would have for drug money. >> oh, wow. >> stephanie: this super bowl sucks more than [ censor bleep ] gomer pyle did for weekend
passes. hey, what the difference between trayvon martin and a dead baby? they are both dead but pepsi doesn't taste like trayvon? >> what? >> stephanie: okay. what is the difference between trayvon martin and real brother 2003? trayvon stopped tweeting stupid [ censor bleep ] about a year ago. he wrote it hasn't been this dark in the superdome since all of those pours occupied it after hurricane katrina. it was met with -- oh he is a legal analyst, laughing off criticism and retweeting dozens of supportive responses. [ applause ] >> wow. what did trayvon martin have to do with the super bowl? why was he on this trayvon
martin kick? >> stephanie: just to be a racist bastard i guess. and, you know, stomp on a family's pain just for his stupid -- all right. wow. wow. wow. >> i'm trying not to say something i shouldn't -- >> stephanie: i appreciate that. i can feel it. i think we are all filling it. where is our thought bubble -- because -- the remaining radio approximate directors who dropped off comparing them to hitler -- >> i didn't compare them to hitler. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: this is what has happened to the republican party.
jindal is stupid for calling reasoning stupid. >> i know you are but what am i? >> stephanie: it's like watching an animal house food fight. what am i now a zit. >> [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: donald trump says bobby jindal is the stupid one. he says i think he was stupid for using that term. it is so obnoxious and so good for the other side that he should haven't used that word. >> because he is stupid. >> has he commented on the skeet shooting picture yet? >> stephanie: no, but i bet he's a skeeter. because that term is going to be living now for a long time with the republican party. let's see. i thought it was very demeaning
to the republican party. oh, they are doing a good job demeaning themselves. you don't use the word stupid because now it's going to be part of the vocabulary of the democratic party. i thought it was stupid. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: oh look at this trump said when they tamper with medicare they have a death wish. >> whoever said that was stupid. oh, wait that was me. that was hugely stupid. >> stephanie: did you hear about bill maher? this is hilarious. he is suing bill maher for $5 million over a bet that trump couldn't prove his mother didn't have sex with an orangutan.
clearly a joke. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: he said for $5 million all going to charity. i accept the offer immediately. and he didn't come through with the $5 million. >> stephanie: you know when steve doocy has to point out that you are stupid -- steve doocy said it was a joke. and trump said that was venom that wasn't a joke. in fact he was nervous when he said it. it was a pathetic delivery. [ phyllis diller laughter ] >> stephanie: there, i did not -- my mother did not have sex with an orangutan. it's not why my hair is orange. that was a spectacular story. >> what a dope. >> how did he ever make any money at all? >> stephanie: maybe he didn't. >> he lost it ail on a casino.
>> stephanie: yes. the business was probably good -- people are like let's go where the house always loses. that's awesome. all right. eighteen minutes after the hour. i'm going to freeze that entire bit in carbonite. >> please do. >> stephanie: backing up all of your computer files, it is important. you can't do it once in a while. it's not good enough. stop shaking your head like a stupid imfoe mesh shall side kick. >> what? >> uh-huh. uh-huh. uh-huh. >> stephanie: you are like one of those little dogs -- you are a bobble head basically. okay. carbonite keeps your files safe in the clouds don't they? >> uh-huh. uh-huh. uh-huh. >> stephanie: plus you can
access files from anywhere including an iphone. >> woe. >> what if you only have a dumb phone? >> they don't make an app for dumb phones. upgrade place. >> stephanie: for god's sake i have a dumb phone and two bobble head mooks that's all the i got. >> uh-huh. >> uh-huh. >> uh-huh. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: if i didn't have stuff in my computer all i would have is this human waste of space. go to carbonite.com and try it now. get two months free subscription with the offer code stephanie. we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: i got her number off the men's room stall. 1-800-steph-1-2.
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>> oh my god, look at her butt it is so big, they only talk about -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> because she looks like a total [ inaudible ]. ♪ i like big butts and i cannot lie, you other brothers cannot deny ♪ ♪ ♪ baby got back ♪ >> stephanie: l.a. face with oakland booty. i think of it more as bakersfield. scott in iowa.
>> [ inaudible ] booty. >> stephanie: that's hot. scott welcome. >> caller: hello stephanie. if anybody wants any type of gun have the limit on the magazines of ten bullets. >> stephanie: right. >> uh-huh. >> caller: you know, i mean that would make a big difference if you wouldn't have to shoot 100 bullets in 30 seconds. you know what i'm saying? >> stephanie: right. >> caller: if you want an ar13 you can only shoot 10 bullets. >> stephanie: yeah it's amazing things that you would think are just like a bare minimum we could do the mayor of minneapolis said just give our kid the chance that he has to reload at least. >> caller: exactly. >> stephanie: he said my daughter is going to be a school
teacher, and give her a chance. that has been the way most of these things have ended is they had to reload. >> what if i feel i need to stand my grand 100 times. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: the government guy in the bunker thank god that kid was okay. the man who killed a school bus driver and then held a 5-year-old hostage underground in a bunker was killed and the child was brought to safety. jimmy lee dykes mental state has deteriorated, and he was holding a gun. he killed one neighbor's dog
with a lead pipe or something. >> yeah. >> stephanie: and he was constantly threatening neighborhood kids and dogs -- >> why wasn't he apprehended a long time ago. >> stephanie: the president yesterday. >> obama: weapons of war have no place on our streets or in our schools or threatening our law enforcement officers. our law enforcement officers should never be out gunned on the streets. [ applause ] >> stephanie: and i'm listening to that thinking these anti-government types like this nut case, they don't want -- they think oh that's bad. oh, we don't want -- that's big government. what did they call it jack booted thugs. they are our cops. i want them better armed than criminals. okay the president. >> obama: tell them there's no legislation to eliminate all guns.
there's no legislation being proposed to subvert the second amendment. tell them specific what we're talking about. things that the majority of americans when asked support. and tell them now is the time for action. that we're not going to wait for the next newtown or the nectar row are. we're not going to wait until after we lose more innocent americans on streets all across the country. we're not going to wait until somebody else's father or son are murdered. >> stephanie: we were talking about this tragedy yesterday, this navy sale sniper who was shot at the gun range. all of the arguments we can't have gun-free zones, that guy -- talk about not just someone that is trained, apparently the most prolific
sniper in american military history is shot at a gun range. >> by someone with ptsd. >> stephanie: exactly. mental health and guns. >> exactly. >> stephanie: twenty-nine minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more gripping, current.
charlie pierce coming up next hour, representative peter welch of the great state of vermont the great and teeny state. >> he is the only representative of the state of vermont. >> stephanie: ah. >> there's only one, yeah! >> stephanie: jim is in a weird mood today. he is too happy. there is something wrong. he was singing it like that child. he was starting to sing and hum the theme song. >> ladies and gentlemen -- ♪ i'm walking on sunshine waaa ♪ >> stephanie: all right. jose in nebraska you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, stephanie how are you doing? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i enjoy your show and your crew, just watching you on tv and listening to you guys.
>> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i have a citizen of this country for the last year. i came to this country when i was nine years old, and of course i have seen a lot of things that came and went out there those years, but my question is why don't you just finish this and get it over with. it seems like they tippy toe all the time around it. it seems that they never ever get a chance to just come to the senate and just say hey let's get this over with let's find a solution to this and let's get it done. they about like it's like -- the biggest problem in the whole world and it's actually just come together and get this done. >> stephanie: charlie pierce wrote a great piece about this of why the president is so popular right now, and part of it is, if you haven't noticed, they are starting to get things
done. because he really has won the argument, and he marginalized them to such a degree that they signed the debt ceiling thing, looks like they are going to get something done on immigration reform. gun control, we'll see. i think that has a lot to do with us. >> right. and, you know, like -- i know i'm in a basically republican state here in nebraska, and, you know, i go to work i hear all of these things, and of course i voted for obama the first time ever that i voted and all i really got was an immigration law that immigrants are coming to this country and bringing all of these weapons, and i understand there are some bad things happening on the border but you know how many people in california like agriculturally do for this country? you know how many people in texas and these other places
picking or food that we eat almost every day. >> stephanie: i would like to apologize for all of the previous stupidity of all of the previous republicans, and give you some pro flowers. would that help? [ laughter ] >> caller: yeah okay. >> stephanie: all right. hold on. if you are looking for flowers this valentine's day go to pro flowers and enter the pass word code stephanie. >> fun wow! >> stephanie: oh my god. we busted that out again. paul in nevada you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, paul. >> caller: hi, stephanie i love the show and listen every day, but constantly in this gun argument i hear people saying it's innocentally ill mentally
ill, well, i have bipolar one and i know for a fact thatover 90% of mentally patients or mentally ill people are usually the victims of crime not the perpetrators of crime. >> stephanie: senator franklin made that argument at the hearings. and i don't think anybody is saying that the majority of mentally ill people commit these crimes. >> caller: but i would also argue that people who refuse to work with their party like harry reid, and others, they are mentally ill. but a lot of serial killers and psycho path have a high intellect and aren't considered mentally ill. and i am tired of being a scapegoat.
>> stephanie: i don't know that harry reid is mentally ill. he might be a bit of a weanny. but last night i saw him say, i didn't vote for the assault weapons last time because it didn't make sense. >> i didn't vote for it last time because it didn't make sense. >> it worked. >> stephanie: yeah what do you mean it didn't make sense. i wish they would have asked him to elaborate on that. >> yes, follow up question maybe >> stephanie: bob in indiana. hi, bob. >> caller: hi there. my issue has to do with -- couple of them actually. first of all gun control. i know you have to start somewhere, but with 300 million guns out there it is like barring the door after the horse is gone, don't you think? >> stephanie: then what do we do
then? >> caller: i think it's more of a cultural issue. >> stephanie: do you mean? >> caller: we are a violent culture from the top to the bottom, don't you think? >> stephanie: i understand what you are saying -- but you can't just say you can't do anything about the gun part -- >> caller: oh, you have to start somewhere. >> stephanie: all right. thank you, we agree. i'm tired of people that won't come to the table with every piece of it. there's already too many guns let's not do anything. what? okay. dave in chicago you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi, stephanie. hi mooks. when you apologize for republicans, you do not need to apologize for your dad or his era of republicans. because he was truly one of the good guys. you only need to apologize for post 1975 republicans.
>> stephanie: you are right. i stand corrected. the "stephanie miller show" wishes to apologize. thank you sir. it's too late. i already did it. all right. jim in illinois you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, jim. >> caller: hi, good morning. again you are vilifying me, a gun owner with a high capacity magazine in my handgun as some kind of psycho path -- >> stephanie: i didn't say everyone with a high capacity magazine is a psycho path. >> caller: we're not banning things, but ban actually means take away, because if you ban abortion, your side says you are taking away a person's right to choose. the ban does mean take away. >> it does not mean coming to your house and taking away your guns. that's a false argument dude. >> caller: no, dude. >> stephanie: first of all i have not called anybody a psycho
path -- how big are your magazines? >> caller: in a standard high capacity handgun it's 15 rounds. that's what they are designed for. >> stephanie: right but obviously a lot of the magazines we're talking about are 30, 40, 50, 100 rounds. >> caller: i agree the stuff that is after market -- >> that's what we're talking about. >> caller: the gun is not designed for that. so you could look at that and say why do you need a 50 round magazine in your smith ands weson? that's a fair question. but then you have to use the same argument with abortion -- >> stephanie: no, you don't. why do people always have to drag other issues into the issue at hand. if there's a time when a bunch of six year olds get shot at
point-blank range -- is there not a time when you go let's focus on this issue. >> caller: because there are 75 million plus gun owners that have no desire to harm anybody. but you are comparing us, and you are allowing it to be equalized -- >> no. >> stephanie: no. but you are trying to equalize a women's right to choose when is enshrined in laws -- >> caller: kids -- my friends -- >> stephanie: are we kids or your friends either one is patronizing but go ahead, lamb chop -- >> caller: you patronize us all the time. >> stephanie: oh monkey buns don't say that. >> caller: if you want to sit at the table -- >> stephanie: cuddly bear listen to me -- >> reality is helicopters coming to take your guns in the middle
of the night; is that right? >> stephanie: they are not coming to seize anything. >> caller: look a draco in new york. and i even heard stephanie say three. >> stephanie: duck hunters have to have three. why can't we give our school children the same sporting chance -- >> caller: why are you saying hunters are going to come into our schools -- >> you are paranoid -- >> caller: listen to you guys -- your hysteria -- >> stephanie: i'm not hysterical. you are hysterical. >> caller: i'm having a conversation, and you are trying to label me as something horrible. >> stephanie: i have not. i haven't said anything that about you.
did i say duck hunters are going to go into schools and start hunting our children -- >> caller: you said give our children a chance. >> stephanie: the same chance we give ducks. >> warner's brothers cartoons make more sense than that guy. you are going to take my guns! i'm not paranoid you are paranoid. >> stephanie: you know how chicks are. >> oh, god. >> stephanie: forty-five minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: red, white, and steph. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ i want to have that conversation. let's talk about it. really? you're going to lay people off because now the government is going to help you fund your healthcare. really? i want to have those confrontational, but to understand what the other side
>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ go crazy on you, crazy on you ♪ ♪ let me go crazy, crazy on you, oh, oh ♪ ♪ why ♪ >> stephanie: still recovering from that last caller. >> yeah. >> what are you saying? are you saying i'm paranoid? >> stephanie: letting hysterical. everybody gets so blamy in the gun debate. >> somebody on twitter also pointed out he was comparing a service to a product. and you can't compare the two. >> stephanie: thank you. this nut case in alabama, jimmy lee dykes, i'm afraid all dikes are going to get blamed now.
[ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> yes. and dick van dykes. >> stephanie: i would never want to spend any time around a child. i would be the last one to suspect. let's go to charlie in iowa. >> caller: hi, your last caller just brought up a good point. i was going to ask the question why is it that republicans always want to sit and argue this abortion thing. >> stephanie: they drag it into every subject. >> caller: right. and they have been fighting that since '73, but if i bring up citizens united it's oh no no no. the supreme court already ruled on that. and i didn't understand why they don't want to argue something that just happened two years ago. >> stephanie: right and had has an egregious effect overnight. and 90 some percent of americans
were against it. rick in madison you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, i just want to weigh in. that kind of segues into what i want to talk about. and the nra we have seen wayne lapierre acting like a fool. i think they are really concerned, because they whelded an amazing amount of power for who knows how long and they are seeing that slip through their fingers. they targeted seven candidates this past fall, and michael bloomberg purposefully challenged those seven of those candidates and he won five of the seven. >> stephanie: it's time to say the emperor has no clothes. they have no power anymore,
right? >> caller: yes, i wish your republican politicians could figure that out and not live in fear of those guys any longer. >> stephanie: absolutely. be gone, you have no power here. wayne lapierre >> i think they'll turn this universal check of the law-abiding into a universal registry of law-abiding people. >> i don't quite understand what is so bad -- >> stephanie: no one does. >> you -- you register your car -- >> stephanie: right. >> people have a license plate that can be identified. >> stephanie: right, and a car isn't designed to kill. it can. >> theed in that the black helicopters are waiting just over the horizon to arrest anyone who owns a gun -- >> right. that's impossible.
>> they have watched red dawn too many times. >> exactly. >> caller: welcome you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: oh, hi. i live in michigan and i live about an hour away from the city of chicago, and i'm so sick and tired of hearing everybody say look at chicago, they have the strictest gun-control laws in the country -- you can go right over to indiana -- and i have firsthand unfortunately witnessed a gun murder. >> stephanie: oh. >> caller: and until somebody has been in my shoes, you know, i don't want to hear the debate. >> stephanie: it's like dianne feinstein says when you put your finger in the bullet holes trying to stop the bleeding -- >> caller: that's exactly what it is like. and when the republicans can actually see the destruction that this can do -- i don't know
maybe that -- i don't know. maybe that would change their mind. and what is the problem with just having ten bullets in a freakin' round? >> you can do a lot of damage with ten rounds. >> but what if 15 guys are breaking in your house. >> stephanie: you know what you are the smartest girl in class. i'm giving you a gift card for sherry's berries. >> caller: oh, thank you. i just love ya. >> stephanie: they are giant -- they are gynormous -- >> they are as big as a baby's fist. >> stephanie: they are delight. okay. the president. >> obama: the vast majority of
americans, including a majority of gun owners support requiring criminal background checks for anyone trying to buy a gun. >> stephanie: they are jazzy chocolately fizzel for shizel. >> oh, really. >> stephanie: the princess is here. sherry there louisiana. you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, sherry. >> caller: hey stephanie. this is sherry. >> stephanie: hey, hey girl. >> caller: how are you? and i'm glad you are feeling better. i called when you were sick last week. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: whatever happened to the rights of people to go to a grocery store, to go to a church, to go to a mall to go to a movie and not have to worry about who has got a gun in their back pocket and how many bullets do they have? where can me and my grandchildren run out an exit when we start hearing pop pop
pop? >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: i mean what about our rights? >> exactly. >> stephanie: yeah. what about your right to send your kid to first grade reasonably certain you are going to get him back at the end of the day. exactly. >> caller: and that's what bothers me. is that nobody ever talks about -- just people who want to talk our problems out not shoot them out. >> stephanie: right, we have said that before. why does no one talk about our right not to get shot. that's equal to your right to own a gun. >> caller: and -- and i have no health insurance to go to the hospital and get fixed once i get shot. you know what i'm saying like who is going to pay for, you know, me with a traumatic head injury -- >> stephanie: it i would be your fault for getting shot you 47% moocher, living off of the government teat with your bullet holes.
talking about our friends on the show here. >> what? >> stephanie: they all listen. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: we were talking about melissa fitzgerald that she has a stripper pole at her house. >> yeah, not happy abo that >> stephanie: you said she served hot brie and you said that is her stripper name. so she sent me an email yet and signed it, hot brie. [ laughter ] >> i like that. >> stephanie: i think i worked with her at the itchy kitty. >> you guys have been around a long time. i don't think brie keeps that long. [ laughter ] >> good morning, everybody, rick perry has started a knew radio ad in california trying to lure
business away from california and into texas. it says it is next to impossible to build a business in california, so owners should check out texas instead. he brags about his state's low regulations and fair legal system. in perry's first seven years, the unemployment rate gained .7%. the progressive change campaign committee is going after mitch mcconnell on guns with a new tv ad. >> as a gun owner and veteran, i support a assault weapon ban
because i know what these guns can do. >> "washington post" points out that a new robo poll will show that 82% of voters in kentucky could get behind criminal background checks. today would have been trayvon martin's 18th birthday. george zimmerman is back in trial today. we're back with more stephanie after the break. stay with us. guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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theater. >> unless there is a bag of vipers. >> i'm just saying look before you sit. >> stephanie: okay. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. then we'll have to bury you under the billy goat [ inaudible ]. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: you know i can't tell whether the stories you send me are real or a joke. a oregon man sued an irs agent with whom she had sex claiming she showed up at his door scandally clad and threatening a tax penalty. >> wow. i never thought this would happen to me. >> stephanie: pardon me? >> nothing it's a penthouse forum. >> stephanie: a guy thing. i had a guy thing happen to me the other day. here is the part i thought it
was a joke. irs spokesman richard panic -- [ laughter ] >> stephanie: really, his name is dick panic -- and a story about -- >> wow. >> stephanie: he said he couldn't comment because his name is dick panic. >> what a panic. [ giggling ] >> stephanie: he is in a bit of one, apparently. the irs is in trouble with dick panic around there. okay. >> oh god. >> stephanie: all righty then. let's just move on, shall we? >> please. >> all right. okay. >> stephanie: tell us about your man moment -- >> stephanie: where is my porn music. [ porn music ] >> stephanie: you know how you say i'm gay and men hear
three-way. >> yes. >> dick panic had a threeway with you? what? >> stephanie: i went to a dinner party and this guy said she had a girlfriend you wanted to meet. and then he came to my super bowl party and he said so and so really liked you. what do you think? he was putting out he was testing a -- testing the waters. >> stephanie: right, just splish. sometimes guys like to plink. and i just had this scooby due look [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> stephanie: they don't buy it. they just think you have not seen my thing you.
this was you have not seen my friend's yet -- and i was like, oh that one. let's dive into the right-wing world. eric bolling. >> when the clay pigeon comes out you have to fire up in the air -- look at that. >> maybe he's not a very good skeet shooter. >> stephanie: yep. fox news covering all of the important issues of the day. the president's form of skeet shooting. >> i would probably look like that if i went skeet shooting. >> stephanie: i would look worse. >> yeah you would be crying. >> you would shoot yourself in the foot. ow! >> stephanie: ann coulter. oh, she is still around. on handy. >> they must demonize people who
are legal gun owners and go look at him he cares about the children. screw you. you are the one who won't do anything about the mentally ill. the homeless people have gone up, the mass shootings have gone up it's the mentally ill and liberals won't do anything about it -- >> that was region! [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: yeah, reagan! reagan! what is she talking about liberals don't care! >> democrats are for universal health care which would include mental health -- >> stephanie: right. screw you. >> which an coulter clearly needs. >> screw you! >> stephanie: randy sharp is he
knew? >> he is new. >> stephanie: he is sharp. >> the homosexual lobby in america, human rights campaign, groups like these are trying to pressure the boy scouts up into opening up their membership homosexuals to serve as leaders and monitors but also to boys who may be questioning their sexuality. that is a very dangerous and unhealthy thing. >> who gave him a radio show. >> it makes you gay. it's scientifically proved. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: do healthy things like eating s'mores. that just feels old-school homophobia. peter sprig -- is this like a dick panic.
>> dick panic and peter spring -- does he ever answer the phone at the fbi without someone laughing -- [ phyllis diller laughter ] >> stephanie: >> irs. >> stephanie: no he was with the fbi because they were investigating. oh, okay. >> stephanie: peter spring. >> the mere that people openly identifies them as homosexual means they are modeling the homosexual conduct. and parents who do not agree with that view have a right to protect their children from that. and they have a right to protect their children from the potential risk of child sexual abuse at the hands of men who might be attracted to -- to other males. >> stephanie: right. >> yes! >> stephanie: yes, because all homosexuals are pedophiles.
[ buzzer ] >> boys need to learn how to pound square pegs into round holes. >> stephanie: thank you james dobson. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: children need to be protected. >> kids know about it, and they don't care. >> which is a nightmare for people like peter spring. >> stephanie: he seriously -- he is supposed to be this straight guy. i'm peter spring. i look cute in this hat, don't any >> if you don't think so you are an open homosexual. >> stephanie: this is not a girl cocktail just because it has a spring in it. >> what? >> stephanie: lots of people drink flirtinis. stop it. >> lots of boys like fruity drinks. >> stephanie: we are so immature. there is no getting back from dick panic. >> yeah. >> well, you seem to have.
>> stephanie: i know i panicked. i never recovered. what is that! [ screaming ] >> stephanie: put that away. okay. rush limbaugh. >> the pregame was patriotic like i have never seen at the super bowl. the national anthem and then the newtown kids, and then jennifer hudson. i said this has got to be tearing some liberals apart. >> huh? >> this much patriotism. this much honoring america. just play the game. i can imagine them saying. >> stephanie: now he has to sort of make up stuff that people think or say. >> why aren't beyonce, alicia keys, and jennifer hudson running away in a panic --
>> they were faking it. >> they are liberals that campaigned for obama. >> stephanie: right. right. >> why weren't they running away in a panic. >> stephanie: a dick panic of some sort. >> exactly. >> stephanie: right. i guess we hate america, clearly. >> hate america so much that she sang god bless america with the newtown choir. >> he has just lost it. liberals must have been in a panic to suppress -- i have got nothing. >> stephanie: i'm running out the clock. he is waiting for mr. slate to pull this -- so he can slide down the brontoesaurus. >> yes. >> stephanie: glenn beck. >> it's hard to say no to a child when they have a fashion.
there is no doubt that some of the concerns that we have worried about when it comes to concussions have to give parents pause. >> i don't know if -- >> even i -- this guy his man card has been revoked by me. that's saying something. when i'm saying you a girl you are absolutely 100% girl power. >> stephanie: ah. >> huh? >> stephanie: wow! speaking of going off the rails because the president like many doctors and other people were talking about concussions -- >> yes, he is a girl for thinking that. for thinking that football could be a little bit safer. >> stephanie: wow. all right then. >> he should be required to play football without a helmet then. >> stephanie: that's how you get your man card. and no cup. do it. speaking of dick panic.
>> stephanie: i would like to see glen beck being tackled -- >> stephanie: i guess you need your ak 47 to get your man card. >> i don't need a helmet. ow! [ baby crying ] >> stephanie: yeah, oh, it's a bush master actually to get your man card reissued. wow wee. all right. that concludes right-wing world. thank goodness not a moment too soon. eighteen minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: the only place in america where decent is still allowed. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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♪ last night i had a crazy dream, about a chick in a black bikini ♪ ♪ oh, she looked so good she shouldn't be real ♪ ♪ she must be -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ ♪ ahhhhh ♪ >> stephanie: [ inaudible ]. forty-three minutes after the hour -- >> i bet dick panic loves that song. >> stephanie: yeah absolutely. and teeny-weeny -- itsy bitsy teeny-weeny yellow poke dot bikini. that was the over '70s song. >> that was 60s. >> stephanie: why did you send me a story about richard panic
that early in the morning, when you knew we wouldn't get off of it all morning. >> actually i didn't read that far into the story. >> stephanie: i'm like is chris [ censor bleep ] me or -- hey, moxie you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, guys i have a fabulous idea for gun control that i have been dieing to share with you. we drive around in these two-on the weapons every day and we have to take tests -- >> stephanie: right. can't be drunk. can't be on the cell phone. lots of rules. >> caller: lots of rules. let's do the same thing -- let's set up a department similar to the department of motor
vehicles, and we have to take a written test that we know our gun laws prove that we can use the weapon of choice that we own, let's get a license. let's get it insured. okay? >> stephanie: insurance is a great idea. >> caller: and we're generating income for our local governments. >> stephanie: yeah. moxie talk about stimulating the economy. there is a business for someone. insurance for gun owners. i mean 300 million -- >> caller: yeah, and you have to go even further, you have classifications for each different weapon and the higher the caliber the higher the insurance required on it. i think this is good for the economy, good for gun owners, they can have as many as they want as long as they are
licensed and registered. >> stephanie: absolutely. the president yesterday. >> obama: we no universal background checks are universally supported just about, by gun owners. overwhelming number of gun owners think that's a good idea. so if we have lobbyists in washington saying something different, we need to go to the source and reach out to people directly. >> girl. >> stephanie: girl. >> obama: we can't allow those filters to get in the way of common sense. >> stephanie: wayne lapierre he needs to say he speakses for himself and gail trotter. >> yes. >> stephanie: the president again. >> obama: so many officers here know what it is look to look into the eyes of a parent or grandparent, a bother or sister who has just lost a loved one to
gun violence. and the pain and heart ache wondering why your piece of heart was in this place at the wrong time. it changes you. >> stephanie: jim in kansas city. >> caller: yes this background check thing puzzles me and bothers me tremendously because it doesn't really matter. i'm here in kansas city and this guy jerome blecher he had ever opportunity to have background check but who is going to stop him from going crazy? who is going to stop that person from going crazy -- >> stephanie: but part of the problem is people who are already crazy are getting guns. >> caller: but that's the point. would you consider him crazy as a football player -- >> stephanie: who are we talking
about? >> caller: jerome blecher. >> stephanie: i don't know who that is. >> caller: the football player that shot his girlfriend -- >> stephanie: oh, yes. i'm sorry. jimmy that is another example of why you are 42 times more likely to kill a loved one or acquaintance if you have a gun in the home. i think that's what bob costas meant. how many women are killed by their partner? >> caller: i agree with that. but we don't ever know who is going to pull the trigger whether you are qualified to have a gun just like the idiot down there yesterday killed these people at a gun range. so we don't know what deranged person -- >> stephanie: and that was a good guy with a gun. he is not -- not just a trained gun owner, apparently one of the best snipers in our military history, and we still don't know the details of what happened
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toll free from anywhere. tuesday we love it. >> there's only one in america that understands, the author of video of america -- ♪ pierce ♪ ♪ why is everybody always laughing with me ♪ >> stephanie: snuggle, snuggle, snuggle ever since i got to see you in d.c., i just picture myself spooning with you during interviews. >> oh. the gay dog story was not right. >> stephanie: did you here from bill donohue said? >> no. >> stephanie: a guy dropped his dog off of a shelter in tennessee saying he wanted him euthanized because the dog was
gay. >> he is a -- this the dining room table gay too. >> stephanie: bill donohue said [ inaudible ] while straights are ignored. >> what? >> stephanie: i know. >> you know that dog's kennel was just the most fabulous kennel ever. >> stephanie: oh, with up lighting. >> yes, all gay men have track lighting. >> stephanie: that's right. i love you saluted the boston herald for floating the hindenberg saying that ann romney may run for office.
>> i guess it may actually be tagg. and it brings up the interesting question, do you let your father campaign for you. >> stephanie: yeah and what about flurn or flrag? >> no, they are not running. there's a state rep named dan winslow who looks like he might get in the race. but bill weld has taken himself out because he is bill weld. >> stephanie: you say the herald has been utterly traumatized by the loss of governor mcdreamy. >> the herald alsoal certs that ann romney has become this
enormously popular figure during the presidential campaign. >> stephanie: right, you say i think we're far too exhausted to withstand the romney campaign the last time around. >> ann romney: stop it. this is hard. you want to try it get in the ring. >> stephanie: all right. >> she will cut a bitch too. >> stephanie: oh robin roberts can testify my friend. i love when you do the break down of sunday shows and talk about what is the point calie ferino. >> right. >> stephanie: you said krugman and calie got into it about the best way to put people to work
she explained that in her experience public sector do not have jobs that do not pay real money. >> that's exactly right. they don't produce anything. in that guy outside your house filling your pothole he is getting paid with your money. >> stephanie: as you say not as efficient as paying someone $21 million to clean out their desk. >> i give the voters of california great credit for good sense for not electing her to anything. >> her or meg whitman. >> stephanie: are they different people? >> it's the year of the women just not those women. >> stephanie: and this way be one of the favorites, you say oh my stars there has been a development which may cause center lindsay graham to rise
from his [ inaudible ] couch for the first time in months. [ laughter ] >> yeah, the most promising guy to -- >> stephanie: right. you say with him out it's entirely possible that graham will stop yapping and go back to his previous career of being a moderate. >> yeah but i was hasty because he was talking about the very troubling developments. they are not going to filibuster they are going to get the president to try to chicken out. and it is not going to happen. >> stephanie: right. mitch mcconnell just stuck his head out of his shell to float that. >> mitch mcconnell's wife on tv talking about how the president
doesn't get along with congress. >> stephanie: you know my favorite piece -- because it's the happy clappy piece. why we like the president by charles p pierce. you say the president is more popular than he has been in a long time, more popular than a lot of presidents have ever been, you can attribute it to two thing, but i think the primary reason the president's numbers are heading into puppies and fluffy bunnies level -- >> yeah you are probably going to not like what i wrote about drones today so don't go to the blog. >> no. >> but i do think he has the
potential or making it so politically unpalatable for republicans to hold some of the views they hold -- this whole fight between like the republican, you know, the establishment and the tea party and karl rove's knew thing -- >> stephanie: right. >> the guys karl rove is representing their ideas on the economy are just as nutty as todd akin's ideas on rape. >> stephanie: yeah, you say the reason they were able to do this and still prosper and they were never forced to pay a price for it. the election of president obama through them into -- it's this obama derangement syndrome. >> i think they are running out of -- i think they are running out of political -- i think the
political sail lee ens of being an obstructionist is about to happen. >> stephanie: yeah, you say he shrewdly found a way to lock republicans inside of their own monkey house while he went about trying to govern the country. >> yeah and i think he is going to get -- unfortunately, but i think it'sen ef itable that he is only going to get half a loaf on gun control, but it's half a loaf than we had before. they will certainly get background checks. >> stephanie: uh-huh. i love you called the obama presidency, it has become the world's most elaborate intervention. you say they can make a wreckage out of things in the states, but there is no political advantage
to be gained from that anymore. vandalism is no longer artistic. that's exactly it they failed in their one and only goal to make him a one-term president. >> yeah, i wonder after a while if republicans really thought he had an agenda or they believed they had broken it up to the point he didn't have one anymore. but he does. >> stephanie: we were talking about how much we loved the inaugural speech but you make the best point liberally. can be logical again and wise and it's possible the political center will move back to the center again. when 90-something percent of humans in america are for background checks this isn't liberalism. >> yeah, i mean -- it is -- but it's not the liberalism that has
been made a cartoon for the last 30 years. it's the liberalism that existed in 1968. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> when lyndon johnson had literally no control over his own party let alone republicans and he managed to get that passed. >> stephanie: yes. it's one of those things that makes me say i'm proud to be a liberal. >> did you know lawrence o'donnell worked in the senate? >> stephanie: i know. >> he worked in the senate, dammit, so he knows what he is talking about. >> stephanie: you leave my lawrence alone. and his dreamy blue eyes. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: charlie pierce love you. see you next week. >> see you next week. >> bye charlie! [ applause ] >> stephanie: hi, lawrence he
watches. forty-five minutes after the hour. [ giggling ] >> you would turn for him. >> stephanie: yep. yep. see i'm not that committed. forty-five minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: she is your human antidepressant. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being, that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up
>> stephanie: yow-za! >> yow-za! yow-za! >> stephanie: make it even more annoying for jim. >> disco flutes and strings. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: all right. debbie -- electric slide -- okay. debbie in north carolina hello. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i'm a long time listener first time caller. >> stephanie: thank you. >> i would like to make a comment about the boy scout issue, as a former female scout master, i had some of the similar problems and what it boils down to basically is we use the buddy system so you are never ever alone with a single boy, you always have your buddy with you. even if the middle of the night if you have to go to the
bathroom, you bring your buddy with them. if the buddy system is utilized the way it should be, there should never be an issue of any adult, whether it be male or female being alone with a single boy, and that even included my own son when we were on a boy scout function. he was treated as one of the other boys and i was never alone with him alone. i just wanted to bring that point up. >> stephanie: thank you for that. good point. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: rick santorum, for a supposedly straight man is an awful big drama queen. allowing homosexuals, will murder boy scotts. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: it will spell doom and murder for the boy scouts of america, and transform young men so they are no longer clean and
reverent. [ bell chimes ] >> stephanie: what? >> dirty little boys. >> stephanie: murderous little homos. [ laughter ] >> dirty disgusting devil children. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> stephanie: i'm starting to lose it. okay. sanatorium opined that if the scouts board of directors -- i never want to hear those two words together again -- >> stephanie: if they are allowed to accept the homo gays it would just be another attempt of the left trying to remove god from all parts of our lives. like suzanne pashet plucking out eyeballs.
he concluded. >> he opined and concluded. >> stephanie: scouting may not survive this for the sake of the avenue boy in america i hope the board -- >> not the tap dancing ones. >> stephanie: -- i hope the board doesn't have his fingerprints on the murder weapon. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> stephanie: he is such a drama queen. dear god. really? >> who asked him? who -- why -- >> who cares about his opinions about anything? >> yeah why is he a pundit? >> stephanie: i don't know. he -- okay we mentioned this story to charlie pierce -- as i like to call him that blow hole from the catholic league. >> bill donohue. >> stephanie: after the story of the gay dog captivated the
hearts of americans everywhere bill donohue said the tennessee animal shelter showed special at attention to the dog. he wrote the effort to save elton -- oh really? who's candle almost burned out years ago. proved that gay dogs and humans are better off than their straight peers. his heterosexuality would not have been enough to save his high. being gay is not only a bonus for humans these days. it's a definite plus for dogs as well. as for straights that's a different story all together. >> so if the dog wasn't
perceived as gay, he would still have a home. >> stephanie: right. [ applause ] >> stephanie: you are the smartest boy in class for a bobble-headed mook. he missed that point. >> completely. >> stephanie: okay. so that happened. >> easily poked a hole in his argument. >> stephanie: yeah that didn't take much. [ wah wah ] [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: all right. here is the homophobe stack. the attorney general's office is investigating a complaint against a cake shop that refused to make a cake for a gay wedding. she wanted to order a cake from the sweet cake's bakery, when the owner learned it was a
same-sex couple he said it was an abomination of the lord. >> stephanie: [ inaudible ] has offered to bake them a take and deliver it to them. i love duck goldman. he is awesome. >> stephanie: hello you are on the "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hi. i'm calling because of the guy that was talking about the guns -- >> stephanie: right. we should all be able to have every gun we want because of abortion. >> caller: my body came with a fully equipmented vagina. >> stephanie: if your penis has a high capacity -- >> a high-capacity --
>> caller: i can't purchase a device that allows me to deliver high-capacity abortions -- >> stephanie: listen if you have ever been to thailand. but your point is well-taken. thank you, jesse. >> caller: 100 ping-pong balls. >> stephanie: don't play that sound effect. that is just rude. some people may not need a gun to protect themselves look out. >> our, my eye! >> stephanie: i said all i need is my box for sound effects. watch out. i'll shoot our eye out with my high capacity -- >> semiautomatic. >> stephanie: go faster.
what was that arm motion thing you just did? [ ping pong balls firing ] >> stephanie: i just thought this woman made a very good point if we had high-capacity vaginas. >> yeah, i don't understand the comparison. [ ping pong balls firing ] >> chris is driving me nuts. >> i'm sorry. [ laughter ] >> i had all of the break to get over that and yet it continues. [ ping pong balls firing ] >> stephanie: look out. >> it irks me. [ ping pong balls firing ] >> stop it! [ laughter ] >> stephanie: we have got to ask hot brie if she can do that. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. here she is in the current news center. >> you are back to the impossible toss. that's great. good morning, everybody. hillary clinton has now got a new website. there is not much to hillary clinton office.com. it's a great photo of the former first lady senator and secretary of state, and a button
to contact her with a scheduling request, media inquiry or other. the site went up january 31st and was last edited on sunday. she has been coy about she plans to do come 2016 and all she said is right now she is going to catch up on sleep and focus on advocacy and philanthropy. president obama is going to speak about the automatic spending cuts that are set to kick in march 1st. it will delay the sequester and buy more time so congress can work out a $1 trillion, ten-year deal to reduce the deficit. speaker boehner encouraged bipartisan cooperation.
>> this not about being in a hurry. this is about trying to get it right on behalf of the american people and those suffering under an immigration system that doesn't work for anybody. >> the house judiciary committee is holding a hearing this morning on immigration policy. we're back after the break. ♪ to me now? you know the kind of guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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that knew only lists their top shows yet they don't play your show live. i think i shall write them again. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i understand they put glen beck many my time slot. >> can you have negative numbers? >> stephanie: although i appreciate the evening slot, please and thank you. >> we used to be in on the evening back in the '90s. >> stephanie: but you now can listen any time because i'm an app. ♪ >> stephanie: thank you rocky mountain mike.
♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ i can hear her talk all the way from l.a. ♪ ♪ all the way from l.a. ♪ ♪ california dreaming she is such a liberal gay ♪ ♪ california dreaming ♪ ♪ she's such a liberal gay ♪ [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you, rocky mountain mike. that is funny. all right speaking of awesome apps in women -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: hillary clinton, yikes. i'm getting a little worried. bill clinton said hilary has undergone more medical tests but is doing much better. each and every member of the douche nozzles in the senate that suggested she has a case of the benghazi flu, i hope they
sent her a giant sherry's berries bouquet. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: she had five hours of test on monday, and was told to take it easy. they said if her progress continues, she'll be fine. >> but hilary is still functioning at that level with a head wound -- >> stephanie: yes, and rand paul under that thing -- whatever is on his head apparently had no head injury and still asked about turkey. >> that's a bing dent in his head. >> stephanie: like the doctor used the thongs. >> thongs? >> stephanie: tongs.
>> >>forcepts. >> stephanie: this is america if you want to play with a rusty spoon it is your right. >> the market will take care of that. >> stephanie: the market will decide whether people like being operated on by a rusty spoon. [ laughter ] >> what? >> stephanie: that would make me say boogadycheese. all right john kerry yesterday. >> can a man actually run the state [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i don't know. i . . . as the saying goes i
have big heels to fill. [ laughter ] >> that's funny. >> stephanie: he-he. he is funny. he was on our show when he was running in 2004, and people were like he was really funny. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: bill clinton was at the koch funeral and all of the former mayors. his legacy was described as laying the foundation of the three men who followed him in office. >> stephanie: yeah. although i missed the porn in time square, but i have gone on record saying that before. i liked little sperm-aid, and poke-my-hontus. i enjoyed the marquees when i used to walk through time square. >> where can you go for good
porn in manhattan anymore. >> stephanie: right. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: all right. the idea of filibustering -- >> filibuster -- >> stephanie: he said the opposition to hagel was intensifying. >> right. because he's -- what? >> huh? >> because he's only a war hero and republican -- >> stephanie: but, when john mccain starts to sound reasonable, something is going on. he said he will not support a filibuster. >> it's not the policy. >> stephanie: several other senator also voiced reservations about a filibuster after mitch mcconnell raised that policy. >> it's not the policy! >> stephanie: it's true. >> and further more [ mumbling ] ! [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> just warning you. >> stephanie: just proving he is still kind of a douche. did you see he made a racist
joke. representative justin ahmash republican of michigan denowed the joke about president i'm a dinner jacket in which he alluded to auk ma den jad as a monkey. >> he was talking about the monkey in space and that he wants to be the first iranian in space -- >> mccain doesn't think that he is a foreign leader in any way shape or form. >> stephanie: just saying still under the category of not helpful. >> not helpful. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: let's go to ken in philadelphia. hi, ken, welcome. >> caller: hi, how are you doing? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: let's just put it
this way, just say hey, look that clip makes you look fat and you will eliminate that problem. i have a question what is your thought with this gay and boy scout thing as far as young impressable minds -- i was a boy scout too, and we're talking about right before the brain is shaping itself as to its identity, you haven't even hit puberty yet. didn't you think that is troubling with the youth, they haven't had an identity yet, and they are dealing with something way above -- you are talking about the equating the emotions of losing your dog with the emotions of losing your parents. don't you think that would be troubling? >> stephanie: no. what is troubling about having to explain that. >> well confusing.
>> stephanie: you can teach your kids whatever it is you think about that but -- i just think we have gotten to a place many america where we should not be excluding anybody from equal rights. >> caller: right. the equal right part -- i like that part because we're still battling equal rights, but we're talking about a thought as compared to something you see. >> but kids now grow up knowing other kids who have two mommys or two daddies, and it's no big deal for them. i never went through that -- >> and what is confusing about that? >> caller: because as a kid when i was in the scouts there were things that we said back in the 70s, hey, dude, that is gay. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: you didn't do stuff -- okay. you were looked at that's not right. but we knew there were some that was a little different. we didn't cast them out --
>> stephanie: they used to call black kids all manner of things in the south. so why is that not okay? >> homophobia is taught. okay. >> stephanie: so is racism. so how about we start teaching that it is not right either one. >> caller: but do you think the mind is really ready to accept that? >> stephanie: yes. >> people being gay is more than just about sex. it's about making a home about relationships, it's not just about sex. >> caller: right and the boy scouts just before puberty you haven't discovered that part yet -- >> stephanie: but chris is saying it's not just about sex. to me it would be like explaining your neighbor has red hair or something. >> yeah. >> stephanie: this isn't the 70s anymore. we don't call people fems.
>> i never heard that. >> stephanie: that might have been my particular catholic thing, you are a fem. not you. >> thank you. >> stephanie: i was just looking at you. >> for people of my generation it was a very big deal, but for kids growing up with that. it's normal. >> do i look like a fem? >> stephanie: no you know what -- you need to get some more muscles. clearly the gauntlet has been thrown. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: there is something funny going on in talk radio. it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ stop looking at car interiors. get inspired by other stuff.
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♪ ladies and gentlemen ♪ ♪ ladies and gentlemen ♪ ♪ this is a jazzy fizzel ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ everybody get on the floor ♪ ♪ i know that you want to ♪ >> stephanie: yeah. yeah. uh-huh. uh-huh. i see what you did there. it's a tribute to the jazzy fizzel -- on the sherry's barries. >> right. >> stephanie: james said i have done the sherry's berry's three
times and they just get progressively better. don't have a joke there. just saying. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i made this point yesterday. the president talking about the economy yesterday. >> obama: there's no doubt we need additional revenue in order to bring down our deficit, and we can do it in a gradual way. >> stephanie: yes, i was saying that yesterday. there is no debt crisis. stop the fare mongering. >> cut the crap. >> stephanie: exactly. snap out of it. keith in texas -- >> snap out of it! >> stephanie: thank you. keith in texas. [ laughter ] >> caller: yeah, good morning to ya. i have got to change over and comment on that guy that just called in about the gay leaders in the scouting program. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: it's been my understanding that most gay men
knew at a very young age they were homosexual. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i think it is something that god creates particularly in men. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: wouldn't it be better if they had some people that could make them feel good about being homosexual rather than doing like the governor of new jersey and getting marry, and destroying a family trying to resist the idea of being a homosexual. >> stephanie: right. right. when you say god -- i have always wondered religious people -- isn't that saying god makes mistakes? >> caller: yeah. i think there are some women who may have chosen the lesbian lifestyle because of -- >> stephanie: really now? >> caller: having dealt with some pretty lousy men. >> stephanie: i have to say that is a bit of a fallacy. >> caller: no, because i was
married to a woman that ran into that situation and the dike -- >> stephanie: excuse me. say what now? >> caller: i was married to a woman who had been in a situation to where a lesbian woman specialized in divorceees and she lived a lesbian lifestyle for a short time. and she picked on strictly divorceees. >> stephanie: so she forced them to have sex with her? i'm confused. >> caller: pardon me? >> stephanie: she forced them to have sex with her? >> caller: no! no! no! she knew the right buttons to push because these people had been in terrible marriages. >> stephanie: well there are opportunists i guess, male
female, straight gay. >> caller: most young men would tell you i would not choose this lifestyle if it were a choice. >> stephanie: okay. thank you, keith. >> keith was well meaning. >> stephanie: well there is this one dike -- [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: okay. she -- obviously -- i don't think it was a choice that she was gay. i think her morals may be a little suspect -- >> yes, she could be sued for medical malpractice -- >> stephanie: did he say she was a doctor? >> yeah. she used information that she got in sessions -- >> stephanie: it is like this guy from alabama afraid that we are going to get blamed for everything now. all right. tommy in tennessee. >> caller: hello.
regarding the gun debate i always find it frustrating that all of the gun nuts including wayne lapierre keep using the talking points that we don't need more regulations we need to enforce the 240 laws on the book already. at which point i ask them tell me one. and they can't name single one. >> stephanie: exactly. no. because it's a talking point. >> there is an old saying in tennessee, fool me once -- ah -- shame on -- shame on you -- >> stephanie: ah. >> ah. >> you can't get fooled again.
[ applause ] >> stephanie: oh boy. oh, god. >> out of my brain -- >> stephanie: and then the set fell on hip. >> yeah. >> stephanie: twenty-nine -- they should not cast him as the pill gram in the thanksgiving play. all right. representative peter welch next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪ >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current.
more specific. >> stephanie: thirty-four minutes after the hour. representative peter welch joining us from the great state of vermont. good morning, congressman. >> good morning. >> stephanie: i just looked at a headline today u.s. gun deaths since sandy hook topped 1,280. more than other countries have in an entire year. a lot of people have said -- i think the debate is different this time. do you agree? >> i do agree. i mean you have seen a lot of folks who are very strong pro gun -- i think the most prominent being perhaps senator mansion from pennsylvania saying it is different and we have to take some steps to save the lives of some kids. the challenges are still
enormous, but it is different, and i think we'll have some progress in this congress. >> stephanie: it almost seems like the nra going so extreme and unreasonable, it almost is -- i think help, because as the president said yesterday you have 90% of americans and gun owners that want at the very least background checks. >> i think that's right. and even wayne lapierre was in favor of background checks several years ago, and now he is not. and the nra used to be focused on protecting the second amendment rights of individuals. and in vermont that is different. we have a gun culture, but the nra changed down here in d.c. the nra is almost like it's for the manufacturers, as opposed to the hunters and sports people that really have a proper attitude towards the use of guns, and they started
overreaching -- i think, you know, that suggestion that you arm everybody in school, have a teacher or principal be armed obviously doesn't make sense -- >> stephanie: right. and i think again reasonable people are saying look we can't have sensible legislation -- you are not allowed to have a serviced aramis -- missile or a tank. >> that's right. you can't have a fully automatic weapon. the growing consensus i think is on the background check. because if that is a requirement you want to keep the guns out of the hands of the mentally ill or people who are dangerous. >> stephanie: i think more and more of my callers representative are just sort of posing the same kind of simple question, yes, we all have the right to bare arms but what
about the right of the rest of us not to be shot or to be reasonably certain that we can put our six year on a school bus and get them back at the end of the day. >> it's true. and how much more anxiety can a parent have than living with the fear that their six or seven-year-old child is not safe in school. so that has really -- i think made this is a whole different kind of debate. our kids are not safe in school, our teenagers are not safe when they go to a movie theater, and there is a desire on the part of many more people to do something that makes sense. >> stephanie: september welch you did something awesome as is your want to do. there is a california based biotech company, no wonder cockroaches and root canals are
more popular than congress. explain what happened. >> we had to pass the fiscal cliff legislation. that was really important to america. well, at the 11th hour in a quiet room, a couple of senator were able to add a paragraph to this that had nothing to do with the fiscal cliff, it had everything to do with providing in effect an earmark for a private company for $5 million, and it exempted them from pricing regulations that had already been extended for two years, and the effect is going to add up to $500 million to the engine bottom line and here is the thing that is so astonishing. two weeks before that happened they were in court pleading guilty and paying a fine for improper markets of another
drug. so pay that fine two years later they have the highest reaches of congress basically telling the taxpayers that they are going to pay two-thirds of that fine. none of us that voted on the fiscal cliff legislation had a clue that was in there. >> stephanie: and a couple of the senior members of the finance committee got big campaign contributions from am gen and its employees. >> absolutely. but what i'm trying to do is to repeal that position. my position here is that look if amgen claim they have an argument, and they claim this is for parent benefits make that argument publicly. and let's let the other members
of congress kick the tires and decide if it is worth it. >> stephanie: i agree with you. i disagree with mitt romney that these things should be done in quiet rooms. >> that's true. and if people want to get involved go to my website, welshforcongress.com. and we have a petition you can sign. and the numbers are going up on that. >> stephanie: terrific. representative great stuff as always. and thanks for checking in. we'll talk to you as this gun legislation debate moves on. thank you so much. >> thank you, stephanie. bye-bye. [ applause ] >> stephanie: there he go. speaking of unpopular republican things house majority leader eric canter will outline an am
beneficiary somehow and probably distasteful blueprint. i understand it is pretty much the same old [ censor bleep ]. >> yeah. >> stephanie: i was hiking with my dogs max and fred -- >> they are handsome and romantic. >> stephanie: yes. and i was thinking what eric canter reminds me of -- there are those always those little teeny tine knee dogs -- like eric canter is like a -- [ yapping. ] >> and then your dogs go wolf -- >> stephanie: no, they don't even bother bending down. they are too small to even bother with. they are like ma. [ applause ] >> stephanie: those little dogs they literally -- if they were
off its leash they would kill you. okay. just saying. >> yeah. >> stephanie: all right, eric okay. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: billy in texas. >> oh, god. >> stephanie: hi billy. >> caller: hey, steph. >> stephanie: hi! >> caller: how are you? >> stephanie: i'm good go ahead. >> caller: okay. i have two things the gays and the guns. >> stephanie: yes, gays and guns. >> caller: you had a lady call in earlier suggesting that they give courses and grant licenses and we have to buy insurance for our guns. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: that whole argument on the car issue was because a driver's license is considered a privilege, while the right to own a gun is a right given to us in our bill of rights. it's a right to own a gun. >> stephanie: it's a privilege to drive -- it's not -- you have a right to own a car too if you
can afford it, right? >> caller: sure, yeah. >> stephanie: i won that argument and you don't even realize it yet -- it will take you a second -- >> and it's a part of a well-regulated militia is about as outdated as -- >> stephanie: right. and the privileged part comes in to being able to operate a car on public highways. >> yeah. you have own a car and have it sit like a redneck. >> stephanie: right. you have the right to own anything in this country that is legal and you can afford. >> not heroine. >> stephanie: that is not legal. you give me a headache in my eye. chuck you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, chuck. >> caller: hello. i would like to talk to you about a couple of things that it seems you guys have gotten wrong. >> stephanie: oh dear.
>> caller: for one an assault weapon was not used at sandy hook. he used pistols. >> stephanie: it is a military assault -- that's the way it has been described. military assault weapon -- >> caller: well, a military assault weapon is fully automatic, while what we are being sold is a semi automatic -- >> stephanie: they are all bad. >> the kids are dead anyway. so why are you parsing that? >> stephanie: i don't feel like getting into that particular argument it's the same one -- [ banjo music ] >> stephanie: all right. both of them bad. he is just mad because obama is taking all of his guns away. >> president obama officially announced that starting jan 1st 2013 he will be waging war
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fifty-one minutes after the hour. karen, steph, first of all love you guys, can't wait for april 13th when i get to see sexy liberal chicago style. >> [ inaudible ]. >> we always called it barbiturate village, downersville. >> stephanie: tickets just went on sale friday and we set a record of all records of history of history. [ applause ] >> stephanie: my point is get your tickets now. i would love to call in but i'm working and staying on the phone for any period of time would be frowned upon in this establishment. >> stephanie: oh the irs agent?
[♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: >> yes. >> stephanie: tried to have sex with the guy -- >> investigated by the guy -- >> stephanie: dick panic. hello, richard panic fbi agent. [ knocking ] [ knocking ] [ knocking ] >> stephanie: chris, steph and the mooks, when the radio world was introduced to dick panic, was dick panic a fan of pussy riot. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: everybody grow up for god's sakes. john kasick announced monday he
will accept the medicaid expansion becoming the fifth republican governor to embrace the health care system. about a dozen gop governors from red states are idiots, and have -- ♪ you are an idiot ♪ >> stephanie: yeah really. they are just hurting their constituents to make a point about they hate the participate. >> stephanie: the expansion would extend medicaid eligibility to up to 133% of the poverty line. and gov the full cost after 2020. some people just cannot say yes to a good deal. over two years, the state of ohio will have saved over $235 million over the decision to extend coverage.
kasick could help other governors like chris christie and scott walker who are caught between wanting to improve the lives of their constituents or be douche nozzles. oh, i'm sorry. if implemented in full the medicaid expansion is projected to provide insurance coverage to some 17 million new americans over a decade. once again bad, jim. >> terrible. >> stephanie: but the supreme court ruling could substantially reduce that figure. kasick and moody noted that ohio -- so they still maintain some degree of douche nozzlery. >> your boyfriend chris kluwe is on the tv >> stephanie: he is no cute.
[♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: remember when a geek you were when we got the white house tour. you were like is that the -- ha -- ha -- ha -- >> the oval office. >> stephanie: with the white house undergoing renovation the president may have to move into a replica of the oval office. [overlapping speakers] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: if you missed the story because we went to a dinner party there she served hot brie and melissa fitzgerald had a stripper pole in her apartment, and so that is her stripper name hot brie. i told her jim always makes the same noise when you say, oh, by the way melissa fitzgerald is
coming on today. >> oooooooooh. >> stephanie: chris in new jersey you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, chris. >> caller: hi, stephanie sunshine and puppies, that's you. >> stephanie: yay. >> caller: you should call it an assault weapon's sales ban. because without that you are feeding into their frenzy. call it an assault weapons sales ban. and then it will be less opportunistic for them to say oh, they are taking my weapons. and one last point. the world is a big place, but too small not to get along. [ applause ]
>> stephanie: thank you. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: lance armstrong has turned down going on dancing with the star . charlie sheen said lance armstrong was kind of a douche to him when they met at a party years ago. wow, when charlie sheen says you a jerk that is the douchiest level of jerk. chris in illinois. >> you need to punch him up. >> stephanie: pardon me. chris go ahead. hi, chris. hi, chris. now you have 20 seconds, go. >> caller: hey, i understand the difference between pedophiles and gay people. the problem with scouting is a lot of it is done in camping.